January 10, 2014

Kerry Is Just Not in Touch with Reality

Daniel Pipes, National Review

The Associated Press

Despite all that’s going on in the Middle East — the Iranian nuclear buildup, the violence in Iraq, the shaking of Erdogan’s rule in Turkey, civil war in Syria, Egypt and Yemen in melt-down mode, Libya unraveling, Tunisia in political crisis — U.S. secretary of state John Kerry has one main thing on his mind, and that’s a Palestinian-Israeli accord. Unbelievably, he is paying a twelfth visit to the region on January 13 to pursue this goal.

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TAGGED: Iraq, Syria, Israel, Palestinians, Peace Process

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